Wednesday Prompt Smash: High Tide

A/N: A little darker than some of my work. Check out Tim if you have time. Prompt: High Tide Word Limit: 350 words I stand stock still in the water. Heavy chain restraints, the cool metal tickles my skin. This is it, I can’t believe it, death is upon me. Spluttering, choking, coughing, nothing helps. … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: High Tide

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Wednesday Prompt Smash: Shelter

A/N: A little darker than my usual material, my attempt at expanding my repertoire into horror. As per usual if you have time check out Tim's work. Prompt: Shelter Word Limit: 300 words Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, the city was overrun with vicious beasts. People were being hunted down, no one was safe, … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Shelter

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Blood Stained Carpet

Prompt: Blood stained carpet Word Limit: 250 words There are plenty of fingerprints in the room, but they could be from any of the house staff. The candelabra that was used as the murder weapon has at least five sets of prints on it, though that suggests the killer is a member of the household … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Blood Stained Carpet

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Walk Away

A/N: Very short one today. Don't forget to have a look at Tim's work over at Flights of Fantasy. Prompt: Walk Away Word Limit: 80 words I could’ve smashed her face in, wiped that smug ass grin straight off her face. I could’ve destroyed her with my words, cursed her name and reduced her to … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Walk Away

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Mass Exodus

Prompt: Mass exodus Word Limit: 200 words A/N: So this was harder to write than I thought it would be, I really struggled to get inspired but hopefully this turns out ok. Please check out my pal Tim’s work over on Flights of Fantasy. *Exodus: a mass departure of people The citadel burned, flames licked … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Mass Exodus

Saturday Word of the Day: Complaisant

*Complaisant: inclined or disposed to please; agreeable or gracious Maisy was a complaisant woman, she was always putting others first and helping out around the community. She didn't have a selfish bone in her body, all her neighbours loved her and thought she was a joy to be around. But Miranda, her daughter, knew the … Continue reading Saturday Word of the Day: Complaisant

Shots

Songs Into Stories 3: Shots by Imagine Dragons “I’m sorry, sorry for everything I’ve done.” My hand trembles on the trigger, slowly I squeeze it tight and after the bang sounds out I regret it. Xxx “Father forgive me for I have sinned.” Confession is not a way to alleviate the guilt you feel, but … Continue reading Shots

Wednesday Prompt Smash: Broken Plate

A/N: So I’m getting back on time with writing these again J Any way you can check out Tim’s stuff at http://wordsmithstories.blogspot.com.au/ Prompt: Broken Plate Word Limit: 300 words There was porcelain all over the ground, porcelain flecked with blood. The whole room was as quiet as if nobody was there, as if it were … Continue reading Wednesday Prompt Smash: Broken Plate

Brave

Songs Into Stories 2- Inspired by the song Brave by Sara Bareilles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUQsqBqxoR4  Milly was always quiet, never argued and never interrupted. Her sisters Agatha and Christine were different. Agatha was made for arguing, butting heads with everyone and never backing down from a fight, when she'd finished high school she escaped to Yale to … Continue reading Brave